Photos of Little Shelford people (3 of 4)

 

Henry Wriothesly 3rd Earl of Southampton. Between 1603 and c 1615 he lived with his family in Horatio Palavicino's house (The Manor) in Little Shelford.

Here he found a retreat after his release from the Tower of London on the accession of James 1st. He has been imprisoned for his part in the Essex Rebellion against Queen Elizabeth and he was lucky to have escaped with his head.

He was a cultured man who was the patron of William Shakespeare. He was also a benefactor of St John's College, cambridge, where he left hisbooks and illuminated manuscripts. He presented the tenor bell to Little Shelford Church; it is inscribed "Ricardus Hitchfield ne fecit.Henry Wryeste, Earl of Southampton 1612."

Elizabeth Wriothesley, 3rd Countess of Southampton. She was born Elizabeth Vernon, daughter of a Shropshire squire. She became a maid of Honour to Queen Elizabeth, but was dismissed for her clandestine marriage to the young Earl, and spent some time in Fleet prison. Their second son, thomas, was was born in Little Shelford in 1608, ultimately succeeded to the title, and he was a loyal supporter of King Charles the first in the Civil War. Thomas was among four noblemen who attended the burial of King Charles after the king's beheading.
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Jean Thorogood in front of Little Shelford Hall. Her father Albert was chauffeur and head gardener.
Vernon Harcourt Powell Military Cross 1916
 
Brooke Crutchley (47)
Albert Thorogood, chauffeur and head gardener at Little Shelford Hall in the 1920s. When the owner Mrs Altham died, she left Albert the bentley.
Albert Thorogood was the chauffeur and head gardener at Little Shelford Hall in the 1920s. When the owner Mrs Altham died, she left Albert the bentley. Here you can see him using the car to plough his smallholding beside the railway crossing on Hauxton Road.



Henrietta Wale 1877










Tilly Easy and Mrs Plummer (12)






Robin and Freda 1885 (85)



Arthur Dunn





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Rev James Edmund Law 1881 census details Dwelling: Rectory House  Census Place: Little Shelford, Cambridge, England  Source: FHL Film 1341397 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 1662 Folio 68 Page 29  Marr Age Sex Birthplace James E. LAW M 53 M Cambridge, England  Rel: Head  Occ: Rector (Of Little Shelford) Eleanor B. LAW M 51 F Hansworth, Derby, England  Rel: Wife Agnes E. LAW U 24 F Shelford, Cambridge, England  Rel: Daur Eleanor F. LAW U 16 F Shelford, Cambridge, England  Rel: Daur  Occ: Scholar Florence G. LAWRENCE U 24 F Feltham, Middlesex, England  Rel: Boarder  Occ: Governess Annie GRANGER U 19 F Shelford, Cambridge, England  Rel: Serv  Occ: Cook (Domestic) Elizabeth PEARSON U 16 F Shelford, Cambridge, England  Rel: Serv  Occ: Housemaid (Domestic) Sarah J. FLACK U 15 F Harlton, Cambridge, England  Rel: Serv  Occ: Under Housemaid (Domestic) (92)
Thomas Ivett
Thomas Rider 1825 - 1882
Thomas Rider Snr 1825 -1882
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Air Commodore James Coward. (45)
Helen Long, formally of Newton Road, Little Shelford, on her 100th birthday (13)
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